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COLTS' MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914
COLTS' MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. fWlr« From Our OorreBpnwlent.l MELBOURNE. Monday. The colts' match between Victoria and New South Wales vras continued to-day. In their first innings the home team scored 32', FitzpatricH playing good cricket for 91. Ne. South Wales in their second visit to the wickets had lost four wlcKcts for 92 runs before stumps were drawn. Following are the scores :— NEW SOUTH WAL.ES. First Innings 514 t-econd innings. Lowe, c Fitzjjatrick b Muliett... 7 Bex, b Muliett 1 Buckle, c N. Brown, b Muliett... 25 "Callaway, c ami !> Willis ( Trenncry, not out ..j -11 IPrattfcn, not out 3G Sundries 1£ Four wickets for 3i' Bowling analysis.—Muliett, 3 wic kets f-v 34 runs. VICTORIA. F,rsii mninga. Butler, c Tobv, b Grummitt ... 29 Hotchin, b Toby 35 N. Brown, b Grummitt 0 Willis, b Grummitt 93 Fitzpatrick, c Buckle, b Toby ... 91 A. Brown, c Pratten. 1> Gruminirt 12 Souter, c O'Connor, b Grummut 37 Stewart, c Pratten, b Toby .. 5 Sheppard, c and b Toby P ...
INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA VISITORS FOLLOW ON. (Reuter'a Telegram.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914
INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA VISITORS FOLLOW ON. (Reuter'a Telograin.) SYDNEY. Monilaj. The match between Now South Wa les untl V ictorla was continued to day in warm weather. There was a large attendance. Tho visitors, who had lost three wickets for 49 runs on Saturday* carried their, total to 332, «.,ii ju ilw i. i.uiv Viii h.i.i .ob. t.o wic eta for two runs when stumps wtre drawn. Followine Are tho scores :— NEW SOUTH WALrES, First innings G75 ViCTOKIA. First Innings. Lampard, b Massie 0 Pur.., c Foinard, b Kelleway .. 25 Sewart, b Massio a Carroll, l.b.w., b Kelicway 12 Matthews, b Maajie 62 Armstrong, b Massie 87 Bariu,, b MaBsie 1 Liligten, b Muss.e 35 1* itrnun, b Macartney 44 Hydir, b Folkard 10 (-arkeek, not out 22 Sundries 29 Total 332 Cowl ng analysis.—Kelleway took two wi-jKcts, Mnss.e six, Folard and Macartney one each. Second innings. r.yOc-, not oni 2 I Cnrkeek, not out 0 No wkts for 2
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914
A Policy—Bo well dressed , always, the Don puys special attention to correct cut and style. You can't go wrong with George and O'Neill's high-class tailored suits, G5/, 75/ 84/. We're ilio recognised hatters,' kootmen, mcrcers, outfitters, cool zephyr and silk shirts, lustre .'cuts, Panamas, and motor coats, tennis shirts and trorsjrs. ^ T WALLACE'S. XJ.IAS. GIFTS. j TIES, FANCY SOX. 1 SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, in&lt;l CLOTHING. A REASONABLE Discount Allow ed ofl Toys to Sunday ; School or other Picnic Parties. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-ttreet Emporium. ABEMROSE haB Re-opened in • Shop opposite tbo Argyle Hotel, Gray-Btreet, and as he de sires to make quick clearances of his stock of Boots and Shoes he will Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash. BOOKS, Stationery, and Fancy Goods, New Local postcards, a large assortment of others to se lect from. Australian and Lett's Diaries for Orders promptly attended to. KENN'AN'S Hamilton Book Ware house, Gray-street. 'l'hone 112. BOOTS, Booti.—...
GOVERNOR-CENERAL RESIGNS. ILL-HEALTH THE CAUSE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914
GOVERNOR-CENERAL RESIGNS. ILiTf-HEATjTH THE CAUSE. (Wira From Our Correspondent.^ MKrvnnnnNTC mahAh ' The Govoinor-fieneral, I,ord Den mnn, speaking at. the A.N.A. lun cheon to-'ilny, surprised the audience by announcing his resignation, large ly on the score of indifferent health. H.s hail considered the alternative) of gotUiif leave, Imt in view of the pos sible political crisis, he thought it not in the &lt;>est interests of the Com monwealth that the Uovernor-Ocneral should lie absent. He leaves tor Kngland during the present year. Messrs. Cook, Murray, lleiil and Piplifi' all expressed extreme regret at Lord Denman's resignation.
LONDON GOAL TROUBLE. A PITIABLE OUTLOOK. HOSPITALS WITHOUT FUEL. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914
LONDON GOAL TROUBLE. A PITIABLE OUTLOOK. HOSPITALS WITHOUT FUEL. LONDON. Sundav. Several firms are following the Cornwall Company's example in breaking away from the association of merchants and granting a penny extra per ton to porters. The union officials are refusing per mits to the porters. The London County Council feed i"t>- ccnlres and the Alexandra \rust, which serves the very poor and Bel erave hospital for children1, are ob liged to close their outpatients' de partments. Other hospitals an nounce that they are without coal. Students at the Middlesex hospi tal, wearing football clothes; moved a hundred tons, working in shifts of fivq hours through the night. Strikers at Somertown dragged coal from carts in the streets. Hun dreds of boys who were assisting af terwards picked ud the coals and took them to their hoihes.
ZULU REBELLION QUELLED. PLOT TO MURDER WHITE'S. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914
ZULU REBELLION QUELLED. PLOT TO MURDER WHITE'S. LONDON. SuniW. An Exchange telegram states that the Zulu revolt in Middlcbur^ was suppressed during the absence 61 troops, who were jnpintainin^ order in Johannesburg. When t;he . Zulus saw the burghers leaving MidJlcbur for the Rand, emissaries were sent to Zululaml to report that the time was opportune for revolt, hs the whites were warring with caci jther. The emissaries were arrested Defore they reached Zululand. There was evidence that they in tended to murder only the whites re maining in the vicinity.. The. Gov ernment sent a larce patrol to Mid dleburg, warning the Villus tliat on the first signs of violence offenders would be shot.
THE COST OF ARMAMENTS CRY OF THE WEALTHY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 27 January 1914
THE COST OF ARMAMENTS CRY OF THE WEALTHY. LONDON. Sundf>« Mr. C. Hobhouse, Chancclloi of the Duchy of Jvancaster, speaking at Bris tol, said it was mostly the wealthy people who were calling for iiicrcas' erl armaments. He hoped they would not regret if Mr. Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, called upon them to pay a little mo.'; if an increase were decided unon. It is understood that the navy es timates amount to £53,000,000, thus involving new taxation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914
Started on Nose. Features Unrec ognisable. Could Not Rest for Itching and Burning. Used Cu ticura Remedies. No Return. ■ " Hayle," Relmont Rd., Mosman, N.S."V7. ! —"A skin troublo first started on thosid-u>f my nose and quickly spread over my faeo | and head, causing my faco and head to 1 swell, making my features unrecognisable. ' I cannot very well explain )>ow I sulfered, but tho pains wcro very severo, causing great distress. I was unconscious for days: could not rest day or night for pain, Itching and burning. Tho doctor pulled mo through tho first attack all right , but it kept breaking out on my faco every fow months, but not so bad as tho first attack. It would dlstlguro mo for days, so much that I Mould not let anybody but our own family see mo. "Seeing tho Cuticura advertisement In tho Herald 1 procured tho Cuticura Reme dies. I am thankful to say I havo not had ft return of it, and that is twenty odd years ago. It brought it out of my body in per spiration.* 1 would...
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. SALT LAKES PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914
| SPORTING NOTES. \ RACINU. SALT IiAKISS 1'IOMO HACIOS. Tim Salt Ijakcs Picnic llaco Club will hold its tinmml nicnting on Mon day, March 2, when an attractive pri'ijrumme, details of which are set out in our advertising columns to day, will 'be run. on. The list of evuits is as follows, all, tho prizes biiiii;; trophies Trial Stakes, iof £4; Disl.iict Hack Ilace, of £2/10/; Salt bniie.j Handicap, of £G I I'ony Race, of £3/10/ ; Bracelet, of £4/3/; Urush btcei'lcchase, of £G. Nominations will be received on the ground by the lion, secretary, Mr. James M'intyre. I
POLICE MAGISTRATE'S FIXTURES. Following are the fixtures of the police magistrate, Mr. E. E. Williams for the period 1st January to 31st March, 10[?]4:— [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 28 January 1914
POLICE MAGISTRATE'S FIXTURES. Following aro tlin fixtures of the police nmaristrate, Mr, K. E. "VVjllinnia. for the period 1st January to 3Ut March, 1014 ::rrffr rffrrrffr 3 l ...(Monday ...■Tuesday ... Thursday ... Friday ... Saturday ...IMi.nriav .. Tuesday ... Wednesday ... Thursday ... Friday ... Thursday ... Friday .... Monday ...Ti e-da* ... Wrdnesday ... Thursday .. Friday 0 *&lt; 3 — IO©»—joOOh'O® Hi o *1 o : i u g S S,4? I0a00 0i^^05^i0l&lt;l0|0 o a* * I ^ o) S o ^ 10 m ^ w to o ^ K A Someone cut, into Nnske Broc. lnrgis stack of wheat at Kaniva. In all 21 l.«"s (if wheat were cat from •end to end, apparently with the ob ject of letting the stuck down. Mr. 0. W. Mnrtin, of Gcclong WflBfc, whila cmployod erecting n winilmlll at Mount MnrUia, over-i,glanced ,'und fell 2;> foot to tlio ground. He fell on ■his left side, ami sustained a com pound fracture of the left forearm, 'uiMuuitoil wr.Kt, niKl injury to ,tho ri,;ht nnkle. While a passenger train from" S...